- New McIntosh Integrated Amplifier at RMAF
- World class performer - The new McIntosh MA9000 integrated amplifier
- Yamaha Aventage new 70 series have arrived.
- Oppo Sonica DAC, Preamplifier and Network Streamer
- McIntosh Home Theater TradeUP Program - Now Through July 31st
- Coming soon - Trade in your old McIntosh for new.
- Sonus Faber Venere S
- Nordost Playlist – April 2017
- Crowne Audio partner with Nordost - Making the connection!
- McIntosh labs Mobile Fidelity promotion
McIntosh MC275 and C22 - At the end of the day pleasure is the operative word when it comes to these wonderful new retro-made-new-again Macs.
Announced in April 2012, Dolby® Atmos® is quickly becoming the de facto standard for next-generation sound in the cinema, as major studio directors, sound teams, and exhibitors adopt the solution. Because Dolby Atmos delivers an audio experience beyond anything available to date, addressing the limitations to creating truly immersing and lifelike audio that were inherent in earlier audio platforms, professionals from all disciplines within the cinema industry are embracing this technology.
In 1962, Philips invented the Compact Cassette medium for audio storage,
introducing it in Europe on 30 August 1963 (at the Berlin Radio Show), and in
the United States (under the Norelco brand) in November 1964, with the
trademark name Compact Cassettes. 1964
was also the year for Stereo 8, 8-Track created by a consortium led by Bill
Lear of Lear jet Corporation and then came Compact Disc or CD in 1982. The first commercial compact disc was
produced on 17 August 1982. It was a recording from 1979 of Claudio Arrau
performing Chopin waltzes (Philips 400 025-2).